One of just 11 cars produced with this highly desirable and stylish Dietrich-designed Convertible Victoria coachwork. Presented with a high-quality older restoration finished in bold and attractive colors. A CCCA National Award winner, now pleasingly mellowed and wonderfully suited to casual touring.
Packard produced just 566 of the twelve-cylinder 1607/1608 series, and this stunning 1607 Dietrich Convertible Victoria is one of only a handful of its kind built. This superb example was treated to a comprehensive body-off, nut-and-bolt restoration completed in 2002, and has since earned numerous awards, including a CCCA National First Place award, and earned an appearance alongside the best of the best in the Packard Circle of Champions. Finished in an appropriately sporting shade of crimson, it is a marvelous automobile with enormous presence. Fittingly for a sporting open Packard, it features a host of accessories including dual senior Trippe lights, cormorant mascot, twin side-mount spares with painted covers, Packard-script mirrors, an Appleton spotlight, and a factory trunk rack. Paint quality is excellent all around, and the body displays good fit, finish, and detailing. The brightwork is similarly well presented and in fine order all around.